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For our second episode of NDEAM, Judy interviews Kate Kalcevich and Carrie Morales. They both work for Fable, a company based in Toronto working on accessibility testing. Kate and Carrie disucss their work at Fable, their journeys to employment, and Fable's skill development program, Fable Pathways. Kate and Judy both have taught courses on Fable Pathways that you can access online, for free at fablepathways.com
About Kate Kalcevich
Kate is the Head of Accessibility Innovation at Fable, a leading accessibility testing platform powered by people with disabilities. Kate has championed accessibility since 2001. She is an IAAP Certified Web Accessibility Specialist and former UX designer and front-end developer. Kate herself has a hearing disability and is currently focused on delivering custom accessibility training to help teams upskill on accessibility.
About Carrie Morales
- Fable Pathways Online Courses
- Carrie Morales' Website
- Carrie on Accessibility YouTube Channel
- Live Accessible YouTube Channel
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Check out the video version of this episode on Judy's YouTube channel.
Intro music by Lachi. Outro music by Gaelynn Lea.
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